HRI researchers discover how biomechanical thrombus growth is mediated
A new paper on how biomechanical thrombus growth is mediated has been published by the HRI team led by Prof Shaun Jackson and Dr Arnold (Lining) Ju in Nature Materials.
Australian scientists pursue implant ‘Holy Grail’
HRI researchers are a step closer to an exciting future where the human body does not reject lifesaving coronary bypass implants, a new study reveals.
Dr Steven Wise wins prestigious NHMRC award
Dr Steven Wise has been presented the prestigious National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Marshall and Warren Award.
Dr Lining (Arnold) Ju wins multiple awards
Congratulations to Dr Lining (Arnold) Ju on being awarded a 2019 DECRA, amongst other achievements.
Recognising Professor Annemarie Hennessy
In recognition of her contribution to local education and research, Professor Annemarie Hennessy, Vascular Immunology Group Leader at HRI, was one of ten faces of Campbelltown (Sydney) to feature as part of a city mural campaign.
HRI success in Sydney Nano Grand Challenge
Molecular Nanorobotics for Health, a project co-led by Dr Anna Waterhouse, Cardiovascular Medical Devices Group Leader at HRI, has been chosen as one of Sydney Nano’s five Grand Challenges in recognition of its potential social, economic and scientific impact.
2018 Sydney Cardiovascular Symposium
The Heart Research Institute (HRI) and the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute (VCCRI) formally partnered for the second time to host the 2018 Sydney Cardiovascular Symposium, 5–7 December at the Charles Perkins Centre, The University of Sydney.
HRI awarded at Annual Scientific Meeting
Congratulations to Dhanya Ravindran and Dr Lining (Arnold) Ju, who both took home awards from the 2018 Joint Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australian Atherosclerosis Society (AAS), Australian Vascular Biology Society (AVBS) and High Blood Pressure Research Council of Australia (HBPRCA), held in Glenelg, Adelaide, 27–30 November.
Meet our Illuminate Award winners
The HRI’s annual Illuminate event recognises the achievements of some of our best and brightest early career researchers in their work to fight cardiovascular disease.